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GPS Euclid OH

GPS is a space-based global navigation satellite system that provides location information to users. Read on to learn more about GPS products in Euclid and gain access to GPS maps, GPS cell phones, GPS navigating instruments, GPS receiver's clocks, GPS aircraft tracking, GPS tours, and vehicle tracking system as well as advice and content on GPS software.

Digital Communication
(216) 732-9918
26100 Brush Ave
Euclid, OH
 
Abbott Satellite Systems
(216) 486-6333
22140 Euclid Ave
Euclid, OH
 
L-N-B Television Service
(440) 944-9150
32600 Vine Street
Willowick, OH
 
Walters Jeff Television Repair
(440) 951-0656
35230 Beachpark Dr
Willoughby, OH
 
Commercial Electric Products
(216) 241-2886
1738 E 30th Street
Cleveland, OH
Services
Electric Equipment & Supplies Dealers, Consumer Electronics Stores, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots, Phone Equipment & Systems Dealers, Communications Equipment & Supplies
Products
Electric Motors

Michael Technologies
(216) 261-6000
356 E 270th St
Euclid, OH
 
Cleveland Satellite Inc
(216) 486-8700
625 E 185th St
Cleveland, OH
 
Jeff Walters Tv Repair
(440) 951-0656
36129 Stevens Blvd
Willoughby, OH
 
Skyjwalker Technologies Group
(216) 283-2209
12800 Shaker Boulevard
Cleveland, OH
Services
Electronics, Web Sites, Web Site Developers, Computer Printers, Computer Hardware and Supplies, Web Site Design, Computer and Software Stores
Hours
Mon-Fri: 08:30am-05:30pm
Payment Options
Cash Only, Financing Available, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express

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Swank Audio Visuals Incorporated
(216) 566-9381
1260 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH
 
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Satellite Navigation for Road and Trail

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No matter what your outdoor adventures are, there’s a GPS navigational unit out there designed for you. We took a look at the new in-car nav units and handhelds that make most sense for outdoor recreation, as well as for driving to your outdoor destination. The in-car nav units offer more content-driven services, such as real-time traffic and weather information; some units cross over easily as portables for the outdoors. The GPS handheld segment is gaining more sophistication in the way of signal acquisition and retention, internal memory, SD card compatibility and preloaded topographic maps. Interestingly, some handhelds are going a little more practical, but with improved technology and ease of use.

Some of the mentioned models have sister units that vary in features and cost, so if one unit doesn’t quite make it in your book, visit the companies’ websites for a complete overview of all GPS units. Begin your navigation here.

Garmin Nuvi 500

This year Garmin includes outdoor recreation navigation capabilities in its new nuvi 500, converting this in-car nav unit into a portable personal navigator when needed. Preloaded with both road and U.S. topographic maps, the nuvi 500 provides a driving, bicycling, boating and walking mode via a usage mode indicator located at the top of the home screen. For the outdoors, the unit displays shaded digital elevation mapping on the 3.5-inch waterproof touchscreen, and comes standard with a compass page, track log, and a removable, rechargeable battery for extended outdoor use. Driving navigation features include a preloaded Historic Route 66 map guide. Options include marine cartography. $400. Garmin: 800/800-1020; garmin.com .

Garmin Oregon 200

The intuitive touchscreen interface on the 6.8-ounce 200 is taken from Garmin’s in-car nav units, while preloaded features stem from the company’s Colorado handheld series. This unit’s basemap can be supplemented with additional mapping or charts via microSD cards for viewing on the 3-inch screen. Selected uploaded topographic maps can be viewed in 3-D for a better perspective of the elevation. A high-sensitivity receiver and Garmin’s HotFix satellite prediction feature locates one’s position quickly and precisely, and maintains the GPS location even in heavy cover and deep canyons. The 200 also supports geocache gaming, enabling users to download geocaches and details straight to the unit, as well as picture viewing. Information can be stored on the unit’s 24 MB built-in memory, and Garmin says the waterproof unit can be submerged down to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes. Two AA batteries (included) will generate about 16 hours of battery life. $450. Garmin: 800/800-1020; garmin.com .

Lowrance XOG Cross-Navigation

Not new this year, but still a good contender in the GPS in-car nav category is the XOG Cross-Navigation GPS, which marries turn-by-turn guidance with the rugged, weatherproof outdoor travel functionality. It’s preloaded with NAVTEQ street map de...

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